Professor Paul N. Gooderham is a graduate of the University of Bergen and has a doctoral degree from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU). He is a full-time tenured Professor of International Management at NHH, The Norwegian School of Economics (1994-) and an adjunct professor at Middlesex University Business School, London (2011-).
He has previously been an adjunct professor at Nottingham Trent University (2008-11) and a visiting professor at Cranfield School of Management (2005-8).
He was Head of the Department of Strategy & Management at NHH between June 2013 and June 2020.
Previously he was a Director of Research at NHH’s Institute for Research in Economics and Business Administration (SNF) (2007-14) and NHH’s coordinator of research on international strategy and management (2007-13)
|Elter, Frank; Gooderham, Paul N.; Stensaker, Inger G.||Successful and Unsuccessful Radical Transformation of Multinational Mobile Telephony Companies: The Role of Institutional Context.||The Multiple Dimensions of Institutional Complexity in International Business Research; page 339 - 362; 2021|
|Stavrou, Eleni; Parry, Emma; Gooderham, Paul N.; Morley, Michael J.; Lazarova, Mila||Institutional duality and human resource management practice in foreign subsidiaries of multinationals||Human Resource Management Journal (26 pages); 2021|
|Croucher, Richard; Gooderham, Paul N.; Sandvik, Alexander Madsen||‘Americanization’ and the drivers of the establishment and use of works councils in three post-socialist countries||Human Resource Management Journal (0 pages); 2021|
|Gooderham, Paul N.; Mayrhofer, Wolfgang||Individual-Level Rewards and Appraisal: The Influence of Context||The Oxford Handbook of Contextual Approaches to Human Resource Management; 2021|